[ lot; French lawt ]

Origin of lotte

From French, Middle French; compare Medieval Latin lota; further origin unknown

Words Nearby lotte Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use lotte in a sentence

  • "It was lotte that kept the cordial-room," she said vaguely, but with speaking her mind cleared and she came to herself again.

    In the Border Country | Josephine Daskam Bacon
  • What sort of person must that be who likes lotte, in whom all senses, all emotions are not completely filled up by her!

    Fragments Of Ancient Poetry | James MacPherson
  • His real name happens to be Buff, and he is a grand-nephew of lotte, whose name was also Buff.

    Masters of French Music | Arthur Hervey
  • "I don't call that very much," said lotte, much disappointed.

    Ragna | Anna Miller Costantini
  • Of course lotte had been annoying, but she had always been a bundle of curiosity.

    Ragna | Anna Miller Costantini